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Other Lives

by Iman Humaydan & Michelle Hartman

In Other Lives, Myriam’s travels take her from her Shouf mountain village to Beirut, Melbourne and Paradise, Australia to Nairobi, Mombasa and Cape Town. Unwilling to be tied down by geography, language or...


Voice Male: The Untold Story of the Pro-Feminist Men's Movement

by Rob A. Okun & Michael S. Kimmel

VOICE MALE: The Untold Story of the Profeminist Men’s Movement takes you inside one of the most important social justice movements you may never have heard of—the social transformation of masculinity. Although...


How to Fight Islamist Terror from the Missionary Position

by Tabish Khair

Funny and sad, satirical and humane, this novel tells the interlinked stories of three unforgettable men whose trajectories cross in Denmark: the flamboyant Ravi, the fundamentalist Karim, and the unnamed and...


Learning English

by Rachid al-Daif, Paula Haydar & Adnan Haydar

No matter how hard Rachid tries to recreate himself, to become educated and worldly—to “learn English”—it is impossible for this hip Beiruti with his cell phone and high-speed internet to sever the connection...


Flying Carpets

by Hedy Habra

Flying Carpets is a story collection in the grand tradition of Arab storytelling. In it, Habra masterfully waves her writing wand and takes us on a journey as we read about people and places far away and encounter...


Chomsky and Dershowitz: On Endless War and the End of Civil Liberties

by Howard Friel

Through the lens of a careful assessment of the political views of MIT’s Noam Chomsky and Harvard’s Alan Dershowitz—the two protagonists of a Cambridge-based feud over the past forty years—author Howard...


Ben Barka Lane

by Mahmoud Saeed & Kay Heikkinen

In Ben Barka Lane we see the Morocco of the late 1960s through the eyes of a young political exile from Iraq—its beauty and misery, its unforgettable people. In this contemporary classic, Mahmoud Saeed offers...


Cracked Open: Liberty, Fertility, and the Pursuit of High Tech Babies

by Miriam Zoll, Michele Goodwin & Judy Norsigian

A WOMAN’S BATTLE WITH THE BILLION-DOLLAR BABY BUSINESS

Cracked Open is Miriam Zoll's eye-opening account of growing into womanhood with the simultaneous opportunities and freedoms afforded by the U.S. women's...


A Bit of Difference

by Sefi Atta

A new novel from the winner of the Wole Soyinka Prize for African Literature

At thirty-nine, Deola Bello, a Nigerian expatriate in London, is dissatisfied with being single and working overseas. Deola works as...


Istanbul: A Cultural History

by Peter Clark

Byzantium, Constantinople, Istanbul: these are only three names that have been given to the city that straddles two continents, was the capital of two multinational empires and is today a vibrant commercial...


The House of Jasmine

by Ibrahim Abdel Meguid & Noha Radwan

On June 13, 1974, Shagara, a low-level employee at the Alexandria shipyard, is charged with taking workers to cheer for the motorcade of Egyptian President Sadat and his guest President Nixon. Instructed to...


A Traveller's Wine Guide to California

by Robert Holmes

This guidebook gives you everything you need to know when touring California’s beautiful wine country

If California were an independent nation it would be the fourth leading wine-producing country in the world...


City of Soldiers: A Year of Life, Death, and Survival in Afghanistan

by Kate Fearon

A deeply affecting memoir and a unique contribution to our understanding of Afghanistan

Behind the headlines, the strategies, the surges, what is life really like in Afghanistan? What is it like to live and work...


A Hand Full of Stars

by Rafik Schami

Experience a wonderfully complex world of characters and cultures as you explore modern Damascus with a spirited teenage boy.

Amid the turmoil of modern Da­mascus, one teenage boy finds his political voice in...


Walking Palestine: 25 Journeys into the West Bank

by Stefan Szepesi

A Passionate and practical guide to exploring the natural beauty of Palestine

With the images of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict so dominant in our minds, walking for leisure is the one activity probably least...


The Rome Guide: Step by Step through History's Greatest City

by Mauro Lucentini

A unique, clever, informative, and incomparable guide to Rome

Written by one of Italy's most distinguished journalists, this guidebook-a favorite in Italy and Germany-combines vivid, engaging descriptions and...


Everything Good Will Come

by Sefi Atta

Everything Good Will Come introduces an important new voice in contemporary fiction. With insight and a lyrical wisdom, Nigerian-born Sefi Atta has written a powerful and eloquent story set in her African homeland....


Grandmother's Secrets: The Ancient Rituals and Healing Power of Belly Dancing

by Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi & Monique Arav

"Come, sit by me," says Grandmother. "Take this chalk in your hand. Now draw a dot and concentrate all your energy into this one dot. It is the beginning and the end, the navel of the world."

So Fawzia Al-Rawi...


Classic Vegetarian Cooking from the Middle East and North Africa

by Habeeb Salloum

The vegetarian cuisine of the Middle East and North Africa is a treasure chest of pungent herbs and spices, aromatic stews and soups, chewy falafels and breads, couscous, stuffed grape leaves, greens and vegetables,...


Leading Men: Presidential Campaigns and the Politics of Manhood

by Jackson Katz

Why Americans always elect men as presidents?

It’s no secret that there is a wide—and growing—gender gap in American presidential politics. Over the past thirty years, Democrats have made major gains with...